Domestic Catalog  ~  early 1970's  Road Racer Special
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FRAME: 21"x27", 73°x73°, Road Racer. Built of double butted chrome
   molybdenum steel tubing. Brazed-up lugs and Shell cut away.
   Straight tapered seat and chain stays brazed-up. With light alloy
   special seat pillar, patt. No. 559497.
   Front fork - Racing model, butted chrome molybdenum steel tubing.
   Brilliant blue finish.
WHEELS: Tyres & Tubes - Tubular racing tyrres with French Pattern
   valve, 27"x1-1/8".
   Rims - Racing model light alloy tubing rim, 36x36 holes.
   Spokes - B.W.G. #15/16 swaged racing spokes, bright zinc plated.
   Hubs - Light alloy large flanged quick release hubs, 5/16"x3/8"
   Derailleuer gear - 5-speed gear with 1/2"x3/32"x14,15,16,18 and 21T.
              multiple free-wheels.
GEAR & CRANKS: Racing model, light alloy 1/2"x3/32" x47 and 51T.
              double chain wheels. With light alloy cotterless cranks.
HANDLE-BAR: Racing model dropped deep curved. Light alloy, blue
              cotton tape with tape end. With "hi-Crown" stem, forged
              high tension light alloy.
BRAKES: Front and rear caliper, center pull design with light alloy
              levers and arms.
CHAIN: 1/2"x3/32, best roller.
PEDALS: Light alloy body with steel toe clip and leather band.
SADDLE: Racing model. Leather and moulded plastic double top, two
               wire base.
          Bell - Double ding-dong bell, 2-1/8".
          Frame pump - Light alloy frame pump.
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